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their own pink sign at the arizona mexico border saying welcome all illegals to your united states. our home is your home megyn: little before 4:00 p.m. yesterday afternoon from the united states marked an unfortunate milestone. the national debt past $16 trillion. if you just sit and watch the number, it's really kind of disturbing. just watch it. we were talking about this yesterday. it didn't get a lot of attention, not on the media headlines for charlotte, north carolina. stuart varney is with us now. >> to ignore this is to ignore a real danger to the country. our debt is now bigger than our economy. our debt is now greater than all of yours that combine. we have interest that we have to pay of $10 billion every single week for ever on that. worse yet, this debt is accumulating much faster than they used to because our economy is now slowing. as our economy slows more, so the deficit grows faster. not a good position to be in. megyn: when you talk about $136,000 per family, i mean, that is if they win today, this afternoon and collected from all this. when you watch how quickly the numb
at the arizona/mexico border saying welcome all illegals to your united states, our home is your home. megyn: well, what a shift in this federal investigation into sheriff joe arpaio. the feds have now closed their criminal investigation of america's so-called toughest sheriff. the feds releasing that news late on the friday just before the labor day weekend. sheriff arpaio had maintained all along that the lawsuit had no merit, the investigation, i should say. he was accused of abuse of power, mostly for misusing county credit cards, they said, and for allegedly misspending tax money approved for jail-related expenses. this announcement will mark the end of a four-year investigation that technically began under the bush administration, but sheriff joe has maintained that it ramped up under president obama, and he believed it was political. there are still civil suits filed by another group, a group of latinos, against sheriff around pie -- arpaio's office for alleged racial profiling. now the feds have ended their criminal investigation of this man. >>> fox newswet alert for you, president
,500 of these potential victims live outside of the united states. until people start presenting with sometime tops they can't get a focus of what other tent camps these people may have been in. do not be surprised authorities say if within days and weeks to come they don't expand the health warning other cams in and around yosemite. shannon: warnings for everyone who has been visiting there. thank you very much. former cop drew peterson convicted in the death of his third wife. now the prosecutors turn their focus to his fourth wife. 12 hours after the president asked america to hang on and give him four more years to fix the mess we find out 360,000 american workers just lost hope and gave up looking for work. up next, what to expect in the coming months. >> for every net new job created about four people dropped out of the workforce. so we are going in the wrong direction. this is a very difficult time for the american people. and wages are not rising. no increase in wages, declining wages and a declining number of people being able to find work and dropping out of the workforce it's a continuat
rate in the united states and you have people leaving the labor force adding jobs is just -- it doesn't koupt. a month like this adding jobs doesn't really matter because you're still falling short of where you need. economists call it a growth recession, where you're technically growing but you're losing ground while you do. the president can keep talking about this and blaming the house republicans but as we heard last night he doesn't have a new mess edge didn't really bring out anything new to offer the american people in this closing argument except for stay with me, stay the course, stick with me a little longer. that is a tough sell on a day like this. shannon: safe travels home from shar lot. >> reporter: thanks, shannon. shannon: since the start of the fiscal year of 2011 through the latest statistics through june of this year, authors the latest available numbers. 2.9million jobs have been added to the economy, but over that same period 3.5 million people have also been added to the food stamp rolls. vice president biden said last night that america's economy is basically ba
and we are seeing this not just in the united states but around the world. >> reporter: white house officials pointed out the president said this in interviews before. what they did not mention is some of those interviews were quite a bit a time ago, not 3 1/2 years into the first term. in an interview with oprah winfrey he said he deserve a b:plus. i think the challenge for the president when he gives his speech thursday night is to explain what he means by incomplete. i think today in that event at norfolk, virginia, the president was trying to suggest what he would do in a second term. >> the other side may not have been eager to talk about their ideas, but on thursday night i'm going look forward to sharing mine with you. [cheers and applause] >> thursday night i will offer what i believe is a better path forward. a path that will create good jobs, and strengthen our middle class and grow our economy. >> reporter: the mayor of los angeles, the chairman of this convention said today he deserve an "a" for effort. suggesting he gets an "a" for effort for trying to do a good job and
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